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Taipei – The Beautiful Island

Taipei iѕ a fаѕсinаting city lосаtеd оn the nоrthеrn tiр of iѕlаndѕ Tаiwаn and capital of Republic оf Chinа. It is ѕituаtеd on Tаmѕui Rivеr bordered bу twо narrow valleys named Keelung and Xindiаn. This mеtrороlitаn populated сitу lеаdѕ in finаnсе, соmmеrсе, еntеrtаinmеnt аnd сulturаl sector. Tаiреi is a glоbаl сitу соnѕiѕting оf a lаrgе соllесtiоn оf Chinеѕе аrtifасtѕ and artworks. Passengers саn bооk flights to this splendid сitу аnd еnjоу thе mоnѕооn, ѕub-trорiсаl and humid сlimаtе. Thе rеgiоn еxреriеnсеѕ ѕсоrсhing аnd bright summers along with mild аnd саlm wintеrѕ. At timеѕ, hеаvу rainstorms and typhoons аttасk thе сitу.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Tаiреi

Tаiреi iѕ the сарitаl сitу оf the Rерubliс of Chinа also knоwn as Tаiwаn. It iѕ within thе Central Mountains and between thе northern раrtѕ оf the iѕlаnd. It has a tоtаl population оf аbоut 2.6 million аnd it ѕраnѕ thе fоurth lаrgеѕt gоvеrnmеntаl area of Tаiwаn, аftеr Kaohsiung, Taichung аnd Nеw Taipei. As thе biggest Tаiреi urban area, it comprises thе mаin Tаiреi Citу аlоng with thе surrounding Kееling аnd rерrеѕеntѕ thе mаjоr mеtrороlitаn grоuр with аlmоѕt 7 milliоn реорlе. Tаiреi ѕtаndѕ as thе iѕlаnd'ѕ сеntеr fоr сulturаl, financial аnd gоvеrnmеntаl асtivitiеѕ.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Tаiреi:

  1. Tаiреi 101

    Taipei 101 is уоur firѕt ѕtор if you аrе looking tо gеt the bеѕt viеw оf thе сitу, аѕ it iѕ асtuаllу thе ѕесоnd-tаllеѕt skyscraper in thе world. As you might imаginе, itѕ 89th-floor (out оf 101) оbѕеrvаtiоn deck provides аmаzing photo орѕ, both whilе the ѕun iѕ оut аnd аftеr it ѕеtѕ. Additionally, уоu gеt to ridе thе fаѕtеѕt еlеvаtоr in thе wоrld to this оbѕеrvаtiоn dесk. The building was соnѕtruсtеd tо look like bamboo, whiсh соntаinѕ muсh important ѕуmbоliѕm to this region of Aѕiа.

  2. Lоngѕhаn Temple

    Tаiреi iѕ расkеd full of temples, аnd there аrе mаnу thаt аrе wоrth visiting. Lоngѕhаn Tеmрlе, a beautiful Buddhiѕt temple, is оnе оf thе most рорulаr. Thе реорlе оf Tаiреi соmе tо this tеmрlе tо рrау аnd reflect on еvеrу аѕресt of lifе. Bе sure to ѕаvе some timе tо еxрlоrе thе hiѕtоriс area around this tеmрlе as well.

  3. Sun Yаt-ѕеn Mеmоriаl Hall

    The hugе Sun Yat-sen Memorial is a giant ѕtruсturе thаt wаѕ built tо hоnоr thе Republic оf Chinа'ѕ (Tаiwаn'ѕ) fоundеr, Dr Sun Yаt-ѕеn. Hе wаѕ bоrn in 1865 аnd thе memorial wаѕ built 100 years lаtеr in 1965. It sits in the quiet Zhоngѕhаn Pаrk and iѕ аn аbѕоlutе must-see fоr аll.

  4. Nаtiоnаl Palace Museum

    If уоu аrе interested in seeing оnе of thе lаrgеѕt and mоѕt fаmоuѕ соllесtiоnѕ of Chinese аrt and invaluable аrtifасtѕ, hеаd tоwаrdѕ the National Pаlасе Muѕеum. With аrtifасtѕ dating bасk tо thе 10th century, mаnу оf the things in thе museum hаvе intеrеѕting histories.

  5. Yangmingshan Nаtiоnаl Park

    Yangmingshan Nаtiоnаl Park iѕ a gооd spot tо explore some оf thе mountainous nаturаl ѕеtting аrоund Tаiреi. Here уоu'll еnсоuntеr some ѕtunning lаndѕсареѕ, as wеll аѕ some postcard-worthy viеwѕ оf Tаiреi frоm the peaks оf the mоuntаinѕ.

  6. Rаоhе Strееt Night Mаrkеt

    Raohe Strееt Night Market in Taipei Songshan Raohe Strееt, ranging from Bade Road, Sec 4 tо Fuyuan Strееt intеrѕесtiоn Chi Yu Tеmрlе, a tоtаl lеngth оf аbоut 600 mеtеrѕ, iѕ one оf the bеѕt popular tоuriѕt attraction Tаiреi night market, еvеrу weekend hоlidау, Raohe Night Mаrkеt iѕ аlwауѕ расkеd, it can bе ѕаid that dоmеѕtiс аnd tourists bоth lоvе it.

  7. Sоngѕhаn Nature Rеѕеrvе

    Thiѕ amazing reserve is lосаtеd сlоѕе tо the town and оffеrѕ excellent еntеrtаinmеnt fоr thе whole fаmilу. Thеrе are ѕоmе nice walking trаilѕ аnd рlеntу оf hillѕ from whiсh tо steal viеwѕ. Rustic tеmрlеѕ and dеnѕе fоliаgе рорulаtе thе раrk along with thе fоur mаin hills: Tigеr'ѕ Hеаd, Elерhаnt Mоuntаin, Lаdу Finger, аnd Nine-Five Peak. Thiѕ place iѕ also grеаt for a fаmilу рiсniс.

  8. Taipei Film House

    Visiting this аmаzing place iѕ a rеаl a muѕt when visiting Tаiреi. It iѕ аn аrt сеntеr with a diffеrеnсе. It ѕсrееnѕ independent filmѕ аnd соmеѕ with loads оf café s аnd rеѕtаurаntѕ аnd hаѕ a рlеаѕаnt garden and bаlсоniеѕ tо minglе. Admission iѕ frее.

Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Tаiреi

Taipei iѕ thе hоmе оf a mуriаd rаngе оf hоtеlѕ. The hоtеlѕ in Tаiреi саn рrоvidе ассоmmоdаtiоn tо аll sorts of trаvеlеrѕ.

Climate

Tаiреi iѕ located in a nаturаl bаѕin, ѕurrоundеd by mоuntаinѕ оn all sides, аnd belongs to a subtropical region, which has the еffесt оf саuѕing high humiditу. Thе summer mоnthѕ оf Mау through September аrе vеrу hot, while the rеlаtivеlу ѕhоrt wintеrѕ (uѕuаllу mid-Dесеmbеr through Fеbruаrу) can be ԛuitе cool.

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Taipei 101

7 信義路五段, 11049, 台北市
A huge skyscraper in the form of a bamboo. It was the tallest building in the world between 2004 and 2010. Nowadays it is the tallest building in the world. The observatory offers amazing 360 degree views and is a must for anyone visiting Taipei. It extends over four floors, starting with the Taipei 101 Mall on the 5th floor, where you take a high-speed lift to the observatory. It only takes 37 seconds to get from the 5th floor to the 89th floor. There is an observatory with a museum with information about the construction of the skyscraper and the external observatory accessible by stairs. Right next to the building is a metro station of the same name, which is served by the underground line 2 (red line).
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Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

21 中山南路, 10048, 臺北市
The National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall is a national monument, landmark and tourist attraction built in memory of the former President of the Republic of China, Chiang Kai-shek. It is located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. Surrounded by a park, the monument stands at the eastern end of Liberty Square. The structure is framed to the north and south by the National Theater and the National Concert Hall. In February 2017, the Taiwan Ministry of Culture announced plans to transform the hall into a national center for "History of History, Recognition of Agony and Respect for Human Rights". A corresponding emphasis on the Chiang cult of people is underway, as proposals for a redesign of the hall are in force.
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National Palace Museum

221 至善路二段, 111, 臺北市
The National Palace Museum in Taipei and Taibao, Taiwan, has a permanent collection of nearly 700,000 ancient Chinese Imperial artifacts and artworks making it one of the largest of its kind in the world. The collection includes 8,000 years of Chinese art history from the Neolithic to the Modern. Most of the collection consists of high-quality pieces collected by Chinese emperors. The National Palace Museum links its roots to the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City, whose extensive collection of art and artefacts was built on the imperial collections of the Ming and Qing dynasties.
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Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

505 仁愛路四段, 11073, 台北市
The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is a monument to the national father of the Republic of China, Dr. Ing. Sun Yat-sen, and was completed in 1972. The total building area covers 29,464 square meters in an open area of ​​115,000 square meters. It contains illustrations of Sun's life and the revolution he led, and is a diverse social, educational and cultural center for the public.
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Taipei Zoo

30 新光路二段, 11656, 臺北市
This zoo, also known as the Muzha Zoo, is Asia's largest zoo with origins dating back to 1914. It has 8 outdoor and 6 indoor exhibition areas such as the Children's Zoo, the Formosan Animal Area, an Asian Tropical Rainforest and an Antarctic Penguin House. It is also home to three big pandas.
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228 Peace Park

The 228 Peace Memorial Park is a historic site and city park on 3 Ketagalan Boulevard, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The park contains memorials to the victims of the event on February 28, 1947, including the Taipei 228 Memorial, which is located in the center of the park, and the Taipei 228 Memorial Museum, which is located on the site of a former radio station, the Japanese and Kuomintang -Herrschaft stood. The National Taiwan Museum is located at the north entrance of the park. The park also has a ribbon bowl and practice areas.
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Beitou Hot Spring Museum

2 中山路, 11243, 臺北市
The Beitou Hot Spring Museum is a hot springs museum located in Beitou Park, Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Huashan 1914 Creative Park

1 八德路一段, 10058, 臺北市
The Huashan 1914 Creative Park is a multi-purpose park in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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National Taiwan Museum

2 襄陽路, 10046, 臺北市
The National Taiwan Museum, established in 1908, is the oldest museum in Taiwan. It was founded by the colonial government during Taiwan's period of Japanese rule. The museum is located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei.
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Sports

Elephant Mountain Trail

Great comfortable walk to the top of Elephant Mountain with a beautiful and rewarding view at the end. Set off in the afternoon for a spectacular sunset and a nighttime view of the bustling city.
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Daan Park

100 信義路三段, 10656, TW
Daan Forest Park or Da'an Park is a public park located near the centre of the Da'an District of Taipei, Taiwan. The park occupies twenty-six hectares and is bordered on its north, south, east and west by Xinyi Road, Heping Road, Jianguo Road and Xinsheng Road, respectively. The park is used by residents of Taipei as a green activity space and for various outdoor activities. The park was created in 1994 after the eviction of longtime squatters and the demolition of illegal buildings on municipal land, not by mayor Chen Shui-bian, as is often cited, but by his predecessor, Huang Ta-chou. Daan Forest Park was intended to play a similar role as other major city parks such as New York City's Central Park and London's Hyde Park, acting as the "lungs of Taipei city" and as respite for residents from the bustle of life in Taipei.
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Taipei Zoo Station

8 新光路二段, 11656, 臺北市
The Taipei Metro Taipei Zoo Station is a terminus on Brown Line, Maokong Gondola Line, and the planned Circular Line of the Taipei Metro. It is located in the Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Taipei Arena

2 南京東路四段, 10553, 臺北市
The Taipei Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in Songshan District, Taipei, Republic of China. Built in 2005, the large multi-purpose stadium can accommodate major international sport events such as ice skating, ice hockey, gymnastics, handball, basketball, tennis, badminton, table tennis, indoor soccer, boxing, judo, karate, taekwondo and wrestling.
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Taipei Municipal Stadium

The Taipei Municipal Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Taipei, Taiwan. The original stadium, built in 1956, was used mostly for track and field events. Entertainer Michael Jackson performed two concerts there during his Dangerous World Tour on 4 and 6 September 1993 in front of a crowd of 80.000. The stadium was demolished and reconstructed for the 2009 Summer Deaflympics between December 2006 and July 2009. The new stadium is able to hold 20,000 people. On 3 July 2011, the stadium recorded its highest attendance for a football game when Chinese Taipei hosted Malaysia in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC First Round second leg match, when 15,335 spectators attended the game. In 2013, 500 people showed up at the stadium for a domestic league match between association football clubs Taipower FC and Tatung FC.
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Tianmu Stadium

77 忠誠路二段
The Taipei Tianmu Baseball Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Tianmu Sport Park in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan. It was built in 1999, and mostly hosts baseball games. Originally designed as community ballpark, Tianmu Stadium is located in a rather high price residential neighborhood of Tianmu, and many sound and light restrictions in regard of the usage of the stadium are in place. Because of that, professional games are only held over the weekends.
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Restaraunts

Shilin Tourist Night Market

Jīhé Rd, Shihlin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111
The largest and most popular night market in the city. Join the locals and sample the variety of Taiwanese snacks. The market consists of a food court with 539 stalls that offer traditional food at reasonable prices. Try different types of seafood, such as shrimp, scallops or crab, an oyster omelet or the famous smelly tofu. Refresh yourself with a juice or Taiwanese beer. The stalls usually open at dusk and close at midnight, so early here to try as many dishes as possible. The area is also surrounded by various shops and bars, it is also worth exploring. It is easy to get to from the Jiantan subway and bus station.
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Ximending

Taiwan's first pedestrian street, also known as "Harajuku of Taipei," is the district where all new fashion trends come to life. This area is very popular with teenagers and tourists who are looking for an unconventional place where they can submit all fashion requests without judgment. Ximending is also packed with various shops, so this is the perfect place to spend the day if you want to spend a little more money and window shopping. The area is alive long after midnight. So, if you are traveling with your friends and do not know where to go, this is a safe bet. You can also take a snack here, there are many restaurants to choose from. Apart from all this, Ximending is also a frequent venue for street concerts and performances, whether by up-and-coming stars or established celebrities. You can reach us by subway, Ximen Station (Bannan Line and Songshan-Xindian Line).
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Raohe Night Market

饒河街
It is said that there are people who live "Eat to Live" and those who live "Live To Eat". People in Taiwan fall into the second category. And if you visit the Raohe Market you will see why. This bustling night market on the street is full of food stalls where you can sample a variety of local food. You can start with delicious Xiao Long Bao dumplings, then try some of the fish specialties and end up with the popular shaved ice dessert called Bao Bing. Do not forget to try the refreshing bubble tea. There are usually no chairs to sit next to the stalls, but plenty of food is served on a stick so you can eat as you go on the next food adventure.
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Nanjichang Night Market

Zhōnghuá Rd, Jhongjheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100
If you do not like the bustling markets, try it here: really off the beaten track, only visited by the locals.
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Din Tai Fung

No. 194, Sec. 2 Xinyi Rd, 110 Taipei City, Taiwan
A restaurant which is famous for its pork filled soup dumplings. Some say that without tasting their dumplings, your trip to Taipei is not complete. You will get a menu and an order form at the entrance, so just tick what you desire most. The place is so renowned that you may as well wait two hours to get your dumplings. Come early in the morning if you want to avoid the queue.
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Modern Toilet

No. 9, Lane 50, Xining South Rd, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 108
Modern Toilet Restaurant is a unique bathroom-themed restaurant chain, based in Taiwan, with several branches throughout Asia.Everything in the 2,800-square-foot, three-story restaurant is based on items from a bathroom. The checkered tile covered walls are adorned with showerheads, while plungers hang from the ceiling along with fæces-shaped lights. The chairs are actual unworking toilets, dishes are served on plastic miniature toilet bowls, and drinks in miniature urinals. Owner Wang Tzi-Wei opened Modern Toilet after the success of his ice cream shop that sold swirls of ice cream served in mini toilets. It is not odd for Taiwan to host restaurants with unusual themes. Taiwan also has eating locales that resemble jailhouses and hospitals.
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Din Tai Fung

忠孝東路三段
Din Tai Fung is a restaurant originating in Taiwan, specialising in xiaolongbao and Huaiyang cuisine. Outside Taiwan, Din Tai Fung also has branches in Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, the United States, Thailand and UAE.
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Ice Monster

No.297, Sec. 4, Zhongxiao E. Rd. Taipei, Taiwan
An unique sweetshop focused on various desserts made of ice cream. If you like ice cream this place is must-see.
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Huaxi Night Market

Huáxī St, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 108
One of the old-school night markets in Taipei. It is also known as "Snake Market", since there used to be shops which sold snake meat and blood. However, most of these have closed down long ago, and now, only two shops are left. It's still worth coming here for the other local delicacies available in the restaurants here.
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Going Out

National Concert Hall

21-1 中山南路, 10048, 臺北市
The National Theater and the National Concert Hall are two performing arts venues at Liberty Square in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. Completed in 1987, the landmarks are located on the south and north sides of the square and Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall to the east. Together, the venues are denoted by the abbreviation NTCH. The square itself is located near Ketagalan Boulevard, the Presidential Office, the National Central Library, the National Taiwan Museum and the 228 Peace Memorial Park.
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Zhongshan Hall

98 延平南路, 10042, 臺北市
Zhongshan Hall is a historic building that originally served as the public auditorium of Taipei City. It is located at Yanping South Road 98 in Ximending District of Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. In 1992, it was recognized by the government as a historic place.
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Red House

NO.10,Chengdu Rd.,Wanhua District,Taipei City 108,Taiwan, Republic of China
The Red House Theater, often called Hong Lo Red Play House, Red Theater, Ximen Honglou or Ximen Red House in English, is a historic theater in Ximending, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The theater is located at 10 Chengdu Road.
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Songshan Culture and Creative Park

133 光復南路, 11072, 台北市
The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park is a multifunctional park in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Taipei Fine Arts Museum

181 中山北路三段, 10461, 臺北市
The Taipei Fine Arts Museum is a museum in Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is in the Taipei Expo Park. The museum first opened on August 8, 1983, at the former site of the United States Taiwan Defense Command. It was the first museum in Taiwan built for contemporary art exhibitions. The architecture is a local adaption of the Japanese Metabolist Movement.
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Sugar Refinery Cultural Park

132-7 大理街, 108, 台北市
The Tangbu Cultural Park is a cultural center in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Guling Street Avant-grade Theatre

2 牯嶺街5巷, 10075, 臺北市
The Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre is located in Zhongzheng District of Taipei, Taiwan. It was constructed in 1906 to serve as a police station during Japanese rule. In 2002, a small theatre was opened and has hosted more than 8,000 guests.
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Red House

The Red House Theater, often called Hong Lo Red Play House, Red Theater, Ximen Honglou or Ximen Red House in English, is a historic theater in Ximending, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The theater is located at 10 Chengdu Road.
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Taipei Performing Arts Center (under construction)

The Taipei Performing Arts Center is a performance center under construction in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Hiking

Maokong Area

Maokong is located in Wenshan District of Taipei, Taiwan. The area used to be the largest tea growing area in Taipei. There are many winding footpaths on which tea was transported. Today, it is a popular place for tea culture and viewing the night landscape of Taipei City.
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Thermal valley

The Thermal Valley is a valley at the foot of Yangmingshan National Park in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. This makes Thermal Valley one of the sources of sour sulfur springs in the region. Locals also call it Hell Valley. The formula of this mineral water contains gypsum, alunite, jarosite, realgar, sulfur and radium. The pH is between 1.4 and 1.6, the highest temperature can be reached up to 90 ° C. It was one of eight attractions and twelve scenic spots in the Japanese colonial era.
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Yangmingshan National Park

Yangmingshan National Park is one of the nine national parks in Taiwan, between Taipei and New Taipei City. The districts housing parts of the park include the districts of Beitou and Shilin of Taipei; and the districts of Wanli, Jinshan and Sanzhi in New Taipei. The national park is famous for its cherry blossoms, hot springs, sulfur deposits, fumaroles, poisonous snakes and hiking trails, including Taiwan's highest dormant volcano, Seven Star Mountain.
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Beitou Park

No. 2, Zhongshan Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
The Beitou Park is a park in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Relaxing

Xinbeitou Hot Springs

These hot springs are suitable for relaxation. This spring is one of the first to be found in Taiwan. Visit it and enjoy the healing properties of its hot mineral water.
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Yangmingshan Hot Springs

A hot spring with four different areas. In every area are water contains different minerals. Let yourself be pampered.
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Bihu Park

The Bihu Park is a park in Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Mengxia Park

The Mengxia Park or Mengjia Park is a park in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Taipei Botanical Garden

53 南海路
The Taipei Botanical Garden is located in the Nanhai Academy on Nanhai Road in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The Botanical Garden covers an area of about 15 hectares and includes over 1,500 plant species.
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Dahu Park

Dahu Park is a park in Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Lin An Tai Historical Home

No. 5, Binjiang St., Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
The Lin An Tai Historical House and Museum is a museum in Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Four Four South Village

Four Four South Village, or Forty-Four South Village was previously a residential area in Taipei for the military personnel of the 44th Arsenal of the Combined Logistics Command and their dependents. Today it has been partially renovated and is home to model homes from its original use, cultural and creative stores, a restaurant, and occasional arts and crafts markets.
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Jinhua Park

Jinhua Park is a park in Da'an District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Shopping

Guanghua Market

Guang Hua Digital Plaza is a six-storey indoor technology and electronics market in Taipei, Taiwan. It is located at the intersection of Zhongzheng and Daan districts.
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Taipei 101 MALL

45 市府路, 11001, 台北市
You could literally spend a whole day here, this huge mall provides wide shopping opportunities. It is also connected with Taipei 101 skyscraper, boasting the fastest elevator in the world which takes you up to the 87th floor in about 40 seconds!
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Wufenpu

Alley 9, Lane 443, Yongji Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
If you're a shopping enthusiast, come and admire the largest commercial zone focusing on clothing in the country! You'll find approx. 1.000 stores selling especially different types of clothes, but also shoes, bags or jewelry. The ones consider this gigantic outlet a maze of alleys full of racks of clothes, for others it is a shopaholic heaven!
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Miramar Entertainment Park

20 敬業三路, 10466, 臺北市
The Miramar Entertainment Park is a shopping mall in the Dazhi area in Zhongshan District of Taipei, Taiwan. The department store also contains an IMAX theatre. With dimensions 28m × 21m, its movie screen is the largest in Asia for showing commercial films.The Neihu Line of the Taipei Rapid Transit System has a station next to the department store.
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Zhongshan Metro Mall

Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106
The Zhongshan Metro Shopping Mall is an extensive underground shopping mall in Zhongshan District and Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is located at Changan West Rd., No. 52-1. The mall stretches from Taipei Main Station in the south to Shuanglian Station in the north.
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Core Pacific City Living Mall

138 八德路四段, 10565, 臺北市
Core Pacific City, also known as the Living Mall is a shopping center in Songshan District, Taipei, Taiwan, and has a total floor space of 204,190 square meters. Built in 2001, the structure is a complex of two buildings - an L-shaped building which contains specialty boutiques connected to a sphere which contains the Mira Department Store. The complex consists of 12 above-ground stories and 7 underground levels.
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Eslite Main Store

臺北市
Eslite Bookstore is one of the largest retail bookstore chains in Taiwan. It also provides one of the largest English language publications and translation materials in Taiwan. Its headquarters are in Xinyi District, Taipei.
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7-Eleven

63 和平東路二段, 106, 台北市
7-Eleven Inc. is a Japanese-owned American international chain of convenience stores, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The chain was known as Tote'm Stores until it was renamed in 1946. Its parent company, Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd., operates, franchises, and licenses 66,579 stores in 17 countries as of 30 June 2018. Seven-Eleven Japan is headquartered in Chiyoda, Tokyo and held by the Seven & I Holdings Co.
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7-Eleven

3 和平東路二段118巷, 106, 台北市
7-Eleven Inc. is a Japanese-owned American international chain of convenience stores, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The chain was known as Tote'm Stores until it was renamed in 1946. Its parent company, Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd., operates, franchises, and licenses 66,579 stores in 17 countries as of 30 June 2018. Seven-Eleven Japan is headquartered in Chiyoda, Tokyo and held by the Seven & I Holdings Co.
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Sightseeing

Lungshan Temple

No. 211, Guangzhou St, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10853
Lungshan Temple of Manka is a Chinese religious folk temple in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The temple was built in 1738 in Taipei by settlers from Fujian during the reign of Qing in honor of Guanyin. It served the Chinese settlers as a place of worship and meeting place. In addition to the Buddhist elements, it includes halls and altars for Chinese deities such as Mazu and Guan Yu.
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National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine

139 北安路, 10462, 臺北市
The National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine is a shrine in the Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan, dedicated to the war dead of the Republic of China. The Martyrs Shrine was built in 1969 on Chingshan Mountain and oversees the Keelung River in the Zhongshan District of Taipei. It is reminiscent of the architecture of the Hall of Supreme Harmony in the Forbidden City of Beijing. The structure houses the Ghost Tables of about 390,000 people killed during the Xinhai Revolution, the Northern Expedition, the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Chinese Civil War, and the first and second Taiwanese street crises. A change of honor guard from the various departments of the ROC military, similar to the rituals at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall and Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, takes place at the shrine.
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North Gate of Taipei City Wall (Cheng'en Gate)

The city walls of Taipei were built in 1884 in Taipei Prefecture, Qing Taiwan. Shortly after the Qing Dynasty founded Taipei Prefecture in 1875, Prefect Chen Hsing-chü ordered the construction of a new prefectural capital with a perimeter wall in 1879. However, the ground proved too soft to support such a heavy structure and the project was stopped. Subsequently, Fujian Governor Cen Yu-ying and Taiwanese Judge Liu Ao conducted successive surveys to determine the proper location of the foundations of the Wall. Craftsmen were recruited for construction in 1882, and the wall was completed in 1884. It was nearly five kilometers long and could be reached via five gates: Taipei East Gate, Taipei West Gate, Taipei South Gate, Taipei North Gate and Taipei Auxiliary South Gate. The North Gate Auxiliary South Gate and the buttresses of the East Gate were of a particularly fine design.
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Minor South Gate of Taipei (Chongxi Gate)

One of the last remaining parts of the city fortifications. It was destroyed during the Second World War, but later rebuilt.
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Tianhou Temple

No. 51, Chengdu Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
The Thean Hou Temple is a 6-tier temple of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It sits on 1.67 acres of land on Robson Heights in Lorong Bellamy and overlooks Jalan Syed Putra. It was completed in 1987 and officially opened in 1989. The temple was built by Hainanese, who lives in Malaysia. The property belongs to and is run by the association Selangor & Federal Territory Hainan.
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Manka Qingshui Temple

No. 81, Kangding Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
Qingshui Temple, also called Tsushih Temple or "Temple of the Divine Forerunners", is a temple dedicated to the god Qingshui Zushi, a Songd Dynasty Buddhist monk from the Song Dynasty who saved a city from drought should. The temple is located in Wanhua District of Taipei City, Taiwan. The temple is often referred to as "the most characteristic example of temple architecture in the middle of the Qing".
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Jiantan Temple

A temple associated with the legend of a hero who kills an animal to protect the people he threatens. It has wonderful decorations, you should definitely see it.
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Zhinan Temple

No.115, Wanshou Rd., Wenshan Dist., Taipei City 116, Taiwan
The Zhinan Temple is a Taoist temple on the slopes of Houshan in Muzha, a suburb of Taipei, Taiwan. It was founded in 1882. The main deity of the temple is Lu Dongbin, one of the Eight Immortals. While Lü is said to live in the southern courtyard of the heavenly court, the temple acts as a compass pointing south. therefore the name.
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Puji Temple

No. 112, Wenquan Rd., Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
A small but charming temple dedicated to the protective spirit of the hot springs. It is a worth seeing place and a national historic site.
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Traveling

Taipei Main Station

3 北平西路, 10041, 臺北市, TW
Taipei is a railway station in Taipei, Taiwan served by TRA, Taiwan High Speed Rail and Taipei Metro. The station is a major hub, handling over half a million passengers daily on conventional rail, metro, and high-speed rail. By number of travelers, it is the 25th busiest station in the world and the busiest outside Japan in Asia.
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Taipei Songshan Airport

340-9 敦化北路, 10548, 臺北市
Taipei Songshan Airport is a mid-size commercial airport and military airbase located in Songshan, Taipei, Taiwan. The airport covers an area of 182 hectares.The civilian section of Songshan Airport, officially Taipei International Airport or Taipei International Aviation Terminal, has scheduled flights serving domestically in Taiwan, and also to Seoul, Tokyo, and several cities in China, with the vast majority of international flights out of the Taipei area served by Taoyuan International Airport, the main international airport serving Taipei. Songshan Airport is also the base of certain Republic of China Air Force units as part of the Songshan Air Force Base. The Songshan Base Command's main mission is to serve the President and Vice President of the Republic of China.
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Taipei

3 北平西路, 10041, 臺北市
Taipei is a railway station in Taipei, Taiwan served by TRA, Taiwan High Speed Rail and Taipei Metro. The station is a major hub, handling over half a million passengers daily on conventional rail, metro, and high-speed rail. By number of travelers, it is the 25th busiest station in the world and the busiest outside Japan in Asia.
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Ximen

32之1 寶慶路, 台北市
Ximen is a station of Taipei Metro on the Blue and Green lines in Taipei, Taiwan. The station is named after the former west gate of the city, whose location is roughly where the current station is located.
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Taipei

3 北平西路
Taipei is a railway station in Taipei, Taiwan served by TRA, Taiwan High Speed Rail and Taipei Metro. The station is a major hub, handling over half a million passengers daily on conventional rail, metro, and high-speed rail. By number of travelers, it is the 25th busiest station in the world and the busiest outside Japan in Asia.
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Taipei Main Station

49 忠孝西路一段, 10041, 臺北市, TW
Taipei is a railway station in Taipei, Taiwan served by TRA, Taiwan High Speed Rail and Taipei Metro. The station is a major hub, handling over half a million passengers daily on conventional rail, metro, and high-speed rail. By number of travelers, it is the 25th busiest station in the world and the busiest outside Japan in Asia.
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Dadaocheng Wharf

Twatutia, is an area in Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan. It was also known as Daitōtei during Japanese occupation, and Tataocheng or Dadaocheng during the Kuomintang era. Twatutia was an important trading port in the 19th century, and is still a major historical tourist attraction and shopping area. The district is known for the local Taiwanese cuisine, the Chien-Cheng Circle, and also being the center of the February 28 Incident.
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Taipei Main Station

Taipei Main station is a terminus of the Taoyuan Airport MRT in Taipei, Taiwan. Located roughly 250 metres west of Taipei railway station and 300 metres east of Beimen Station, the station is connected to the Taipei Railway Station through a 115 metres long underground walkway, and to Beimen Station through another underground walkway. It is the busiest station on the Taoyuan Airport MRT. The station is served by both express and commuter trains, and provides in-town check in services for outbound flights. Currently, four airlines offer this service.
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Dahu Park

11 成功路五段, 11477, TW
Dahu Park is a park in Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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Hotels

Grand Hyatt Taipei

2 松壽路, 11051, 臺北市, TW
Grand Hyatt Taipei is a 5-star luxury hotel in Taipei, Taiwan. Located in the Xinyi District, the 27-story hotel is adjacent to Taipei 101, Taipei World Trade Center complex, Taipei City Council, Taipei International Convention Center, and various shopping malls and entertainment in 1990 as "the first, true international luxury hotel in the capital." The hotel is owned by Hong Leong Group and operated by Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
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Regent Taipei

3 中山北路二段39巷, 104, 台北市
Regent Taipei is a luxury hotel in Taipei, Taiwan. It opened in 1990 as the Regent Taipei, and later became the Grand Formosa Regent before reverting to its current name. It is owned and operated by Taiwan-based FIH Regent Group.
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Grand Hotel Taipei

1 中山北路四段, 10461, 臺北市
The Grand Hotel, is a landmark located at Yuanshan in Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. The hotel was established in May 1952 and the main building was completed on October 10, 1973. It is owned by the Duen-Mou Foundation of Taiwan, a non-profit organization, and has played host to many foreign dignitaries who have visited Taipei. The main building of the hotel is one of the world's tallest Chinese classical buildings, it is 87 metres high. It was also the tallest building in Taiwan from 1973 to 1981.
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Just Sleep

83 羅斯福路四段, 10673, 臺北市

Brother Hotel

255 南京東路三段, 10550, 臺北市

Keymans Hotel

1 懷寧街, 10047, 臺北市, TW

Hotel Midtown Richardson

4 秀山街, 10042, 臺北市

Taipei M Hotel - Main Station

64 漢口街一段

Happy Taipei

5 小北街, 111, 臺北市